Nickel-cobalt alloy scrap price off but radiators up in military auction
Dec 09, 2009 | 08:18 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Nickel-cobalt alloy scrap drew a slightly lower winning bid in a military auction Tuesday while discarded copper radiators regained mid-2008 pricing.
A $113,000 winning bid valued the alloy—also containing chromium, tantalum and molybdenum—at $3.55 per pound, down 2.7 percent from $3.65 in July but well above the $2.11-per-pound level in March.....
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